A Potpourri of Vestiges FeatureDivyenndu is all set to again treat his fans with an amazing performance as Munna Tripathi in Mirzapur’s Season 2. Video snippets of his role in the trailer and more have already taken over the internet worldwide! Fans are enthralled and can’t wait to watch his complete performance in the cult series. As the enthusiasm levels keep rising, we bring for you an interesting story. It’s no secret that for Divyenndu, his craft is what keeps him going and he believes in absolute hard work, but one thing that you aren’t aware of is his favourite motivational quote! Read on to find out.Divyenndu shares his work mantra and how it has helped him play the role of a... Read more
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A Potpourri of Vestiges ExclusiveBy Shillpi A SinghThe 25th edition of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) that is being held from October 21-30, both offline and online, will screen 194 films from across the world, of which eight are from the Indian sub-continent. The impressive line-up from India includes six films that are making their debut on the festival circuit. The list of films making their world premiere at BIFF include Suman Mukhopadhyay's Captive, Manju Warrier's A'hr, Ananth Narayan Mahadevan's Bittersweet, Shyam Madiraju's Harami, M. Gani's Matto's Bicycle and Prithvi Konanur's Pinki Elli? Chaitanya Tamhane's The Discipline and Ivan Ayr's Milestone that were screened a... Read more
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A Potpourri of Vestiges ReviewBy Murtaza Ali KhanIn his seminal work on film theory titled “Novels into Film,” George Bluestone describes the relationship between novel and film as “overtly compatible, secretly hostile.” Perhaps, there is no better way to understand the paradox associated with adapting a novel into a film / series. For the longest time, fidelity to the text has been the main concern with every adaptation. To quote André Bazin, “A good adaptation should result in a restoration of the essence of the letter and the spirit.” But, contemporary film scholars like Robert Stam challenge the classical view asserting that one needs to go beyond the notions of fidelity whe... Read more
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                                 A LESSON LEARNED Once upon a time, a master went to the bank of a river to meditate. He was followed by his disciples. He positioned himself in the yoga mudra to observe the flow of the river minutely. It continued from minutes to hours and dawn arrived. But he was silent and focused. Few of his disciples became perplexed but they were hesitant to ask him out. One of his disciples asked him politely " Guruji, when are we going to dive into the river? What are you waiting for?"To this replied, "Let the flow of the river stop, then we will dive."Disciples could not deciphe... Read more
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